Pete Davidson Didn't Get Down on One Knee When He Proposed to Ariana Grande

Published August 19th, 2018 - 10:52 GMT
They got engaged after only a few weeks of dating (Source: Arianagrande / Instagram )
They got engaged after only a few weeks of dating (Source: Arianagrande / Instagram )

They got engaged after only a few weeks of dating.

And Ariana Grande finally dished on Pete Davidson's proposal on Friday, during an appearance on the Zach Sang Show.

'He didn't get on a knee,' explained the 25-year-old singer in front of the 'Sweetener Slumber Party' audience.

The host and Ariana began by discussing Ariana's ring, and she showed it to the audience, and then he asked her to tell the story of their engagement.

A fan in the audiences then spoke up about having heard about the proposal, 'Tell me,' responded the singer.

Then she asked the fan if he was wondering if Pete 'was high?'

And she quickly responded to her self-proposed question, 'He's always high.'

From there, the Dangerous Woman singer told the story of their meeting on Saturday Night Live when she hosted the show and how the start of their relationship played out.

She told the audience that the first time she spoke with him, she asked him about his Harry Potter tattoo.

"I was like, ''Is that the Deathly Hallows?!'' and he was like, ''Yeah!'' and I was like ''carry on'' and I walked away and that was really it."

She also revealed that she had a huge crush on Pete after she talked to him in his writer's room for the first time, even going so far as to joke she would marry him one day.

Finally, she opened up about the proposal.

'It was just really simple and really sweet,' elucidated Ariana about the actual proposal.

'And yeah, he just asked me, it was really sweet.'

"He didn't get on a knee or anything, thank God," the Bang Bang singer told Sang. "No, that would've been so googly."

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